KUED Producer, Nancy Green, specializes in the production of documentaries for local, regional, and national PBS broadcast. Her work at KUED spans nearly 25 years, focusing on diverse topics, including healthcare, the arts, history, and the outdoors. Recent, films include, Homeless at the End, Search & Rescue, The Utah Bucket List, Maynard Dixon to the Desert Again, and On the Edge: Mental Health in Utah.
Green has won numerous awards during the course of her career, including awards from: the Rocky Mountain Emmys, Utah Society of Professional Journalists, Houston WorldFest, National CINE Golden Eagle, New York Film Festivals, and Women in Television & Film. Green’s production, The Journey Home: Stories From Hospice(2001), was recognized with a Utah Hospice Association Excellence Award and is a program that is considered by many to be a fundamental educational work regarding hospice care in Utah.
Prior to her work at KUED, Green served as Associate Producer for the national KUTV Baby Your Baby Series. She studied Neuropsychology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst prior to receiving her M.F.A. in Film and Media Arts from the University of Utah where she currently teaches documentary studies and heads the Documentary Studies Minor. Originally a native of New Jersey, Green was lured to Utah by the fresh powder. She lives in Salt Lake City with her musician/composer husband, Frank and her not so musical cats, Deke and Cal.